ASA Blog

Prepare for Breakup

To many, spring means tulips, grass, and Easter. To me, spring means sunlight, pavement to walk on, and home improvement, definitely not tulips, not yet anyway. In Anchorage, the weather […]

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Earthquake 2018

Friday, November 30, 2018, was just like any other ordinary day. I woke up, let the dogs out, got ready for work, and drove my morning commute, Palmer to Anchorage. […]

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Hunker Down Habits

If you’re one of the lucky? unlucky? that are still working at home, it might be time to re-evaluate your hunker down habits. For me, staying motivated and getting my […]

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Slowly but Surely?

Slowly but surely many of us are returning to our normal work commute. Unfortunately, it’s not always the case that everyone is travelling slowly enough, and it is never guaranteed […]

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New Norms of the North (Slope)

On the North Slope, we were already used to doing things a little differently before COVID came along. Safer, smarter, and more sanitary was our norm. Even still, we’ve stepped […]

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